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. why are you so offended by this? >> well, sean, first, let me thank you for having me here. >> you're very welcome. and i am not -- i'm no longer the chairman of the missouri legislative black caucus. i am the chairman of the democratic caucus. >> i apologize. >> i am -- i believe that we kind of centered this around the rodeo clown. in my opinion, the rodeo clown is only a scapegoat here. i may not even agree with banning this guy for life for doing any -- from doing any more rodeos. but i'm offended because here in missouri, we are engaging in a directive culture that says it's okay to do these types of things. >> explain in more detail what offends you. >> it offends me that anyone would make a mochrie in that way of the president of the united states. >> really? >> and i am under the opinion that it's more. it was a racial content. >> how was it racial? >> i mean -- >> how is it racial? >> sean, you didn't -- i heard you say a few things. but you didn't say what someone walked up to the clown and played with his lips. i mean, it's offensive, whether it's barack obama or george
it above 15 and going possibly to 20. this could get into a bidding war. charles: sean, that's why we love you. see you soon. >>> two signs, that's right, two signs that spending cuts and austerity may actually be a good thing. first the pain from the sequestration. not as bad as president obama made it out to be. most of the major federal agencies out there, they have managed to reduce planned furloughs pretty well. some have eliminated them all together. secondly, looks like europe is coming out of recession. european economy growing in the second quarter of this year. turns out you can cut spending without the world coming to an end. at least that is what it is looking like so far, liz. liz: yeah, remember headlines out of sequester cuts, basically the sky was going to fall? biggest complainers, transportation, homeland security, education. even federal unions said we found fat to cut. they didn't have to do furloughs. reduced them or eliminated them or didn't do any furloughs whatsoever. senator tom coburn had it right. when when you put their feet to the fire they find the fat marbled
outside a chicago post office. gunfire ripping holes in the parked cars of postal workers. wgn's sean lewis is at chicago police area central headquarters. >> chicago police tonight are looking for the suspect's vehicle. some in that section of the committee say that shootings in their neighborhoods have become so commonplace, that they called their home " terror of town. as evening set in, cvhicago police handed out flyers looking for the gunman. outside the post office at 75th and exchange, employee cars are now scarred with bullet holes. this damage tells only part of the story here. >> shooting all the time. innocent people get shot. >> jennifer cole heard the gunshots about 11 this morning. a common occurrence, she says, but for the person who fell victim today. >> he's a good guy. he walked his little daughter everywhere. >> 34-year-old eric chism; a father and boyfriend who worked construction. he just happened to be standing on the corner at 75th and colfax, under a police camera, next to the wrong person. >> he ain't never mess with nobody. all he do is take his daughter eve
scrutiny. >> number 32 on third down and six. in trouble. gets rid of the ball. oh, big hit on desean jackson, and there is a penalty marker... >> narrator: the nfl's high profile drama over big hits played out all fall in the media. >> i don't know how you take this out of the game of football, but we've got to find a way. we've got to find a way. >> recent studies show repeated concussions can have a long-term effect, like an increased risk of dementia. >> the nfl is finally aware that concussions cause real problems. >> there's mounting evidence it's putting players at risk of brain damage. >> narrator: much of the evidence cited in the media emerged from a small lab at this va hospital outside boston. >> it was shocking, actually, from the first case forward. >> narrator: dr. ann mckee is a neuropathologist who has found evidence of degenerative disease in the brains of over a dozen ex-nfl players. the disease, called cte, can lead to depression, dementia, even suicide. >> it's a progressive deterioration of your brain. we're seeing it over and over again in football players. >> n
. and you can watch tv on your flight. so i watched some of sean hannity's show -- >> bill: oh, my god. >> and it was just the dumbest issue, and then i realized that i was getting looks from people next to me. and i realized oh, crap, they think -- and i wanted to say i promise i'm just watching for the train wreck, but it is a total bogus issue. >> bill: remember acorn? >> yeah. >> bill: still, and that organization doesn't even exist anymore, and they are still talk about it on fox news. something else that bares to mention here, doing our job as the liberal media, and this is -- me, the number one critic of eric holder, two days in a row we has done things that made sense. two days ago he gave the speech in san francisco, where he said this maximum/minimum sentencing we have been practicing is really making maters worse not better, and we're going to stop forcing it at the federal level. good for him on that issue, and yesterday the department of justice said no, we're going to stand up, we're going to court. we're going to try to block this latest merger in the airlines, and, you
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